- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... were fantastic and we walked across the wall defences to Mali Ston in the estuary. Deciding we deserved a bite to eat we ventured up the side streets and found a lovely restaurant which was in a courtyard. The owner was delighted to chat to us about sailing as he was an ex sailor himself and even insisted we had a local aperitif and a bag of home grown tomatoes! Tomato soup it is then for the next few ...
... deliberately destroyed.Both sides of the city remained linked until bridge´s reconstruction thanks to the Spanish military engineers assigned to UN ...
After Medjegore we headed off to Mostar. The way Mostar is today is a product of the war. Mostar use to be one of the most ethnically diverse cities however in present day it is very ethnically divided. During the war Mostar was one of the most bombed cities. Air bombing was used to destroy the Stari Most (Old bridge) which is the heart of the city. The Bridge was destroyed but has been rebuilt using some of the original pieces that had fallen into the river over which the ...
... top that could be seen for miles around. Unfortunately we didn't return to the coast by the same route and so weren't able to call into the medieval town we passed nor buy the fresh fruits as our new route took us on yet another winding road through the mountains that run parallel with the coast. We passed some very impressive modern cities, large western style homes, ancient fortresses, the new A1 freeway that it absolutely huge with one raised span that went ...
... war. We watched as the video showed images of the bridge being destroyed by Croat forces. Even after being centuries old, it took several direct hits before it eventually collapsed and fell into the river. Luckily, the video ended with the end of the war and the huge celebration that followed when the city rebuilt bridge. The most note worthy fact that we learned from the Rick Steve's tour was that the bridge was built with the same technique that it was 500 years ...